Agreeing and Disagreeing - English at Work

Agreeing and Disagreeing - English at Work

Seven Dimensions
Updated Mar 01, 2019

Learn to agree or disagree appropriately and use the first conditional to express possibilities.

Key Learning points

    Agreeing with someone's opinion; Settling a disagreement; Disagreeing calmly/politely; Disagreeing about the 'facts'; Disagreeing abut what happened.
    Conditionals - If + Present tense + Will/Going to. Encouraging others; Giving an ultimatum; Saying what usually happens; Stating an opinion.
    Promise the moon; follow through; Out there; In great shape.
    left behind; ignore; acknowledgement; disappointed; trust; rate myself; similar.
    Stressing Words.

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